The ability to eliminate one’s bodily wastes with dignity and in privacy is not a right delegated just to those with homes.
A friend spent ten days in Spain earlier this year, where he was pleasantly surprised to learn that “Restroom for customers only” signs are essentially illegal; everyone is free to enter any restaurant just to use the facilities. Would you believe: wait-staff are sometimes mildly annoyed when yet another clueless foreigner asks if it’s okay to use the bathroom. Of course it is. Why wouldn’t it be?
My friend found most bathrooms (at least where he traveled: in Barcelona, Seville, and Granada) well tended, with pitchers of drinking water and cups almost always at hand, too.
Why is it so hard for some people to understand that giving folks who need to poop a place to do it will lead to them no longer pooping on doorsteps?
We really should be talking to each other about more important things.
Thank you for your attention.